The Twyford Guild of Artists will be staging their annual exhibition on October 6 and 7, and will be showing their wide variety of mediums from textiles and silk paintings, to silver jewellery, batiks on silk, and watercolours.
The six artists displaying work at the village hall this year are Jean Baker, Paula Chapman, Ken Forrest, Lesley Harris, Frances Lowe and Gay Mayes.
As in previous years there will be an open section showing a variety of artwork that has been produced in the village, together with a dedicated area that will be showcasing beautiful items from Twyford’s Dotty Gallery.
There will also be a large range of cards, prints and silk necklaces for sale.
Artist Gay Mayes said: “Due to how popular the ‘glass table’ proved last year, we will again be welcoming SmARTsy on the Saturday who will show you how to make your own piece of glass art, which can be taken away and fired ready for you to collect at a later date.”
The exhibition will be open from 12noon to 5pm on both days. There will be refreshments available and admission is free.